Fibre Channel Interfaces
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Reason codes are dependent on the operational state of the interface as described in
Only some of the reason codes are listed in
If the administrative state is up and the operational state is down, the reason code differs based on the
nonoperational reason code as described in
Cisco MDS 9000 Family CLI Configuration Guide
Interface is transmitting or receiving traffic as desired. To be in this state, an
interface must be administratively up, the interface link layer state must be up, and
the interface initialization must be completed.
Interface cannot transmit or receive (data) traffic.
Interface is operational in TE mode.
Reason Codes for Interface States
Administratively down—If you administratively configure an interface
as down, you disable the interface. No traffic is received or transmitted.
OL-16184-01, Cisco MDS SAN-OS Release 3.x